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PSYX Programmer's Manual

Chapter 1. General PSYX information

This manual provides the information necessary for a programmer to write drop-in extensions (called PsyExtensions, or PSYXs) for PsyScope the Macintosh-based system for designing and running psychological laboratory experiments. The reader is expected to be familiar with Macintosh programming concepts, as well as with experimental design, scripting and execution in PsyScope.

The PsyScope application and users manual, are available from
Also available there is the PSYX Developer's Kit. Which contains header files, glue code, example code, and other resources for programmers developing PsyExtensions.

1.1 - Overview
1.2 - PSYX Naming
1.3 - PSYX Calling Conventions
1.4 - Standard Messages
1.5 - Compiling a PSYX
1.6 - Memory Management
1.7 - Resources
1.8 - Startup Icons

PSYX Programmer's Manual - 24 AUG 95
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